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Cleopatra Amechi Onudbio

January 1, 1956 ~ November 18, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old

Cleopatra Onudbio Obituary

Cleo patra Amechi Onudbio was born on January 1, 1956 Agbo Emede Ibeku Umuahia in abia state, Africa. To his father Johnson Okemgka Onudbio and his mother rose anne Okumgka Omudbio. He was the last of five children, which consisted of two sisters and two brothers. Cleo patra attended his primary school and secondary school in lagos. He migrated to Kingston Jamaica. Where he went to university of west indies. There he graduated with bachelor's degree of science, After graduating. He went to mona university there he receive another certificate of marketing, advertising, and computer maintenance. After his studies. He returned home to Africa (Nigeria) he stay home for two years were he was very happy. He returned back to Jamaica where he started working with the missionary, he had opportunities to work and travel at various places Cleo, was a man with great faith he took that opportunities to do his apostolic work. 

Cleo settled down in Miami, Florida. He worked at Macy’s as an sales associate for six years. He then transferred to jewelry department. After all his hard work and accomplishments, therefore he left Macy’s and got a job at Dillard’s. As the head manger of men’s wear, with years of accomplishments he was well rewarded as employe of the year. 

He married his beautiful wife Carmen Calixte on October 30th 1999. Cleo was always aware of the current events going on in the world. He loved reading and watching the news, Cleo loved to pray and was a man of great faith. 

My favorite remembrance of Cleo is our vacations time together, we use to go places together. He was my king, my husband he will do everything for me. I am his queen and I’ll miss him deeply

Cleo will survive by : by his wife Carmen, and nephew and niece

Emeka, Ijeoma, Aham, Ndidi, Obiangeri, Cheino, Yerm, Chukiwu, Ebuke,Obianusu, Onjedikachi, Nmesomachin, and countless family members and friends.

How Cleo will like to be remembered, He was a simple, wonderful, quite, and a humble person. He is a caring loving person to be around, we will always cherish his memories. It was indeed a privilege knowing him. 

May you rest, in the bosom of your maker, your departure is unbearable to us. But we are consoled by fact that you are going to rest. 

If good memories, thoughts, and wishes could resurrect life you would be alive right now. But since we cannot reverse the inevitable occurrence of death, may your gentle soul rest in peace. 

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Services

Open Viewing
Saturday
December 30, 2023

9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Saint Helen Catholic Church
3033 NW 33rd Avenue
Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33311

Funeral Service
Saturday
December 30, 2023

10:00 AM
Saint Helen Catholic Church
3033 NW 33rd Avenue
Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33311

Interment
Saturday
December 30, 2023

Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Cemetery
11411 NW 25th Street
Miami, FL 33172

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